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Exhibition view of Masterless Voices, Bunkier Sztuki Gallery of Contemporary Art in Krakau, 2017, Photograph: Studio FilmLOVE

Ines Doujak SALE

The Large Hall of the LENTOS is transformed into a fashion store! The Austrian artist Ines Doujak presents her highly unusual fashion collections.

A very special opportunity to witness one of the halls of the LENTOS museum transformed into a fashion store and a changing room, especially for the unusual and beautiful collections of the Austrian artist Ines Doujak. Blurring the lines between fashion statement and art, Ines calls into question the glamour of the high fashion world, and tackles the problems tied to fast fashion. On display at the exhibit are fabrics, patterns, garments and accessories as well as texts, publications, objects, videos, dance interludes and pieces of music, all dealing with links between fashion, colonialism and globalized relations of production.

until 21 May 2018

Lentos Art Museum
Ernst Koref Promenade 1

4020 Linz

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